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Author Tyler, Amanda L.
Title Habeas corpus in wartime [electronic resource] : from the Tower of London to Guantánamo Bay / Amanda L. Tyler.
Publication Info New York, NY : Oxford University Press, 2017.



Descript xiii, 450 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents The making of the privilege -- Suspension : legislating an emergency power -- Rebellion and treason -- Forging a new allegiance -- Enshrining a constitutional privilege -- The Suspension Clause in the early Republic -- Civil War and the "Great Suspender" -- Liberty in the shadow Constitution : suspension and the Confederacy -- Reconstructing the Union and suspending in the name of civil rights -- World War II : suspension and martial law in Hawaii and mass detention of Japanese Americans on the mainland -- Habeas corpus today : confronting the age of terrorism.
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ISBN 9780199856664 (hardback : alk. paper)
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Author Tyler, Amanda L.
Subject Habeas corpus -- United States -- History.
Habeas corpus -- England -- History.
Descript xiii, 450 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents The making of the privilege -- Suspension : legislating an emergency power -- Rebellion and treason -- Forging a new allegiance -- Enshrining a constitutional privilege -- The Suspension Clause in the early Republic -- Civil War and the "Great Suspender" -- Liberty in the shadow Constitution : suspension and the Confederacy -- Reconstructing the Union and suspending in the name of civil rights -- World War II : suspension and martial law in Hawaii and mass detention of Japanese Americans on the mainland -- Habeas corpus today : confronting the age of terrorism.
Note .
ISBN 9780199856664 (hardback : alk. paper)
Author Tyler, Amanda L.
Subject Habeas corpus -- United States -- History.
Habeas corpus -- England -- History.

Subject Habeas corpus -- United States -- History.
Habeas corpus -- England -- History.
Descript xiii, 450 pages : illustrations ; 25 cm
Contents The making of the privilege -- Suspension : legislating an emergency power -- Rebellion and treason -- Forging a new allegiance -- Enshrining a constitutional privilege -- The Suspension Clause in the early Republic -- Civil War and the "Great Suspender" -- Liberty in the shadow Constitution : suspension and the Confederacy -- Reconstructing the Union and suspending in the name of civil rights -- World War II : suspension and martial law in Hawaii and mass detention of Japanese Americans on the mainland -- Habeas corpus today : confronting the age of terrorism.
Note .
ISBN 9780199856664 (hardback : alk. paper)

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